Although NASA offered SpaceX a $ 2.9 billion contract to run the Starship mission two weeks ago, all companies that lost the deal filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Government Accountability Office. Now NASA says that although the problems of Dynetics and Jeff Bezos with the help of Blue Origin are being highlighted, SpaceX should stop any activity it is taking.
NASA spokeswoman Monica Witt:
On April 26, NASA was informed that the Blue Origin Federation and Dynetics had filed protests against the registration process at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO). Based on GAO’s findings, NASA advised SpaceX to proceed with the HLS suspension until GAO has resolved all cases related to this. NASA will not comment further on the expected charges.
As he said earlier Athletics Story, as well as Reuters and About, difficulties may continue until August 4 soon. As we have already seen Reasons for Blue Origin To reconsider the plan, SpaceNews documented the Dynetics crisis, which contradicts NASA’s idea of selecting one “Option A” winner in the alliance, calling it “a highly competitive approach and a high risk.”
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